As usual, I have recently become a little bored with my plain ole wooden tray and decided to spice it up!
Mod Podge is like a gift from God for quick change projects like these. Glue and sealer in one, for a low price? Yes, please. I picked up some Matte (I hate the shiny kind, it looks super gluey to me) Mod Podge and some pretty, green patterned paper from Michael's for my quick fix.
Using Mod Podge is so simple, it kinda seems like a crime. DIY projects are supposed to be super messy and time consuming, right?!
I spread Mod Podge all over the bottom of my tray and placed the paper down. (Be careful and precise and with step because it sticks quickly and the paper will tear if it sets too long and you try to remove it!)
Cost of supplies = less than $10 (if you already have a tray)
Time = 10 minutes of work time and 1 hour of dry time
Mess = a little glue on my fingers
Mod Podge is awesome!
What do you think, lovelies? Do you like the tray change? Do you swear by Mod Podge like I do?!